Like much printed material, the phone book has become obsolete. In order to compete with other major online directories and review sites, Yellowbook hired me to redesign their website which would include new features such as profiles, friending, advanced search, activity feeds, a robust review and rating system and a Q&A section for consumers to interact with local businesses and each other.
Working with a researcher and a social media expert, I created hundreds of wireframes, encompassing nearly every page on Yellowbook.com and numerous new pages. What you see here are some examples of the final design.
Xfinity TV - Play Now
Play Now (the ability to watch TV shows and movies on your mobile device from the Xfinity TV App) only lived on the iPad. Using existing specs, I designed Play Now to fit seamlessly within the iPhone.
I delivered the wireframes, final designs, assets for development and all documentation.
With this new feature, it's easy to set up favorite channels from your iPad or iPhone. Users can quickly set a channel as a favorite directly from the TV Listings screen or they can enter a dedicated page within settings to set all their favorites at once. From the filter section, users can choose to view only their favorites within TV Listings so they only see the content they want.
For this project, I delivered the wireframes, final designs, assets for development and all documentation.
While working on Comcast.net, I reskinned all of the communications applications including email, voicemail and the address book.
Under new direction, we created a landing page (much like iGoogle) full of widgets to quickly access new email, calendar events, social media feeds and an onboarding wizard to set up and manage email accounts—a small sampling of this flow can be seen below.
I delivered wireframes, final designs and full documentation for these widgets.
This is a personal website designed and coded in 2008. Photo collages were used to submerse the user into the world of Twin Peaks and the hidden life of Laura Palmer. Here, one can learn about the movie and characters, watch clips, listen to music and uncover easter eggs.
Designed around the music and sound design of DJ/Producer Amon Tobin, this site features artist content, audio clips, a gallery and an interactive sequencer where users can create their own songs by triggering loops from their keyboard.
New logo and site design for Up Your Ride's commerce site.